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Michigan Technological University’s corporate advisory board features a flexible spending account program to assist members with branding initiatives.
STEM, best practices, operations, program development, spotlight
Are graduates of career-oriented degree programs leaving the occupations for which they are being prepared? NACE research examines the issue.
STEM, graduate outcomes, trends and predictions, journal, career development, retention
Applying valuative bias theory, NACE research examines the gender pay gap in three STEM majors.
Two immigration attorneys review how the new STEM OPT rule impacts international students and employers.
STEM, legal issues, international students, journal
In August, NACE Executive Director Marilyn Mackes provided the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation with comments on the Reauthorization of the America COMPETES Act on behalf of the association.
public policy, advocacy, STEM, technology
Employers recruiting STEM students would do well to provide them with the information they most seek, including that about current job openings, job descriptions for entry-level positions, and salaries/compensation, according to results of NACE’s Class of 2015 Student Survey.
This article provides a snapshot of the issues tracked by the NACE Advocacy Advisory Committee from August 2015 through March 2016, and looks at some recent advocacy-related activity.
public policy, STEM, international students, journal
While LinkedIn was the most highly regarded social network across STEM majors, some majors found it to be more useful than others, according to results of NACE’s Class of 2015 Student Survey.
STEM, recruiting methods, branding and marketing, surveys, benchmarks, spotlight
When it comes to employer benefits, STEM students are most interested in receiving guaranteed annual salary increases and 100 percent employer-paid medical insurance, according to results of NACE’s Class of 2015 Student Survey.
STEM, benchmarks, spotlight
While some Class of 2015 STEM majors were interested in a diversity of industries, others were almost singularly focused on a particular industry, lending support to the popular notion that some majors are “piped” into particular types of jobs.
STEM, student attitudes, surveys, spotlight